How to block any app with Face ID and Touch ID on iPhone

Apple never allowed us to set a password on our own for the programs we want. Previously, for such a manipulation, it was necessary to hack a smartphone. But after iOS at the system level began to support Commands, you can implement your Wishlist without jailbreak.

Follow the simple instructions in the video above or in the illustrations below to add another layer of protection to your photos, notes, files or other data where the developers have not added an option with Face ID.

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It will work like this: the applications that you select, during launch, block the phone in a second. If it is not your face or your finger on the home button in front of him, then the sly one cannot get back.

Useful when someone picks up your phone and decides to rummage through Photowhile you turned away. Or decides to post a nasty story on your Instagram.

How to protect applications. 19 easiest steps

1. Open up Commands

2. Go to the tab Automation

3. Press blue +

4. Please select Create automation for yourself

5. Click on the item Appendix

6. Make sure Open is selected and Closed is disabled. Press Select

7. Select the applications you want and click Ready

8. Click on Further

9. Click on + Add action

10. In the search bar, enter Таймер

11. Select item Start timer

12. Replace time with 1 секунду and press Further

13. Disable item Ask before launch

14. Click on Ready

15. Open the standard app Clock

16. Go to the tab Timer

17. Click on At the end

18. Scroll to the bottom and press Stop

19. Click on Install.

Ready!

❗️ To temporarily disable or enable the function follow the path Commands > Automation > When any of … applications are opened > Incl. this automation [ВКЛ/ВЫКЛ].

Time will have to be different

This automation partially limits the timer’s functionality.

You have three alternatives.

1. After starting the timer, play any music or video. When the track stops, you will know that the countdown has come to an end.

2. Ask Siri not to start the timer, but to remind you after 3 minutes, 4 hours, or any other necessary period of time to do what you wanted to timed.

For example, instead of saying “set a timer for five minutes”, say “remind me to call back in 5 minutes”.

3. Download a third party timer or clock app.


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